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how about:

S sys admin
S++++++++++ - i am evi nemeth, i don't need perl. *nix does what i want. period.
S++++ - i am David Blank-Edelman, i can use perl to do anything the system can do.
S+++ - i wrote the perl that automates all our system tasks
S++ - i wrote some perl to check the logs and quotas and other daily maintenance
S+ - i fixed the previous perl code after upgrading perl to 5.6, but didn't understand everything there
S - i use perl to do daily maintenance
S- - i know where the logs are, why do i need perl?
S-- - i think i installed that, don't remember why...
S--- - i'm sorry, where's the `on' button?


and this one:

Ev vi
Ev++++ - i am Bram Moolenaar.
Ev+++ - i write patches from time to time
Ev++ - i write my own scripts to schange behavior
Ev+ - i can open multiple files and use shell escapes effectively
Ev - i know how to do complex find/replaces (even using % instead of 1,$)
Ev- - i can open a file and save and quit
Ev-- - how do i start inputing text?
Ev--- - How is vi visual?


And of course the first line under map should be:
MA++++ - i am Erudil. i (ab)use map.

maybe, maybe not...

jynx


In reply to Re: Perl Geek Code by jynx
in thread Perl Geek Code by mirod

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